Born in New York City, raised in Nashville and now the world at her doorstep Rose Falcon talks about her music, her songwriting and her performing on the INDIEvening segment of the Conversation Crossroad radio program.
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Rose Falcon is a singer/songwriter who was born in New York City and raised by her singer/songwriter father after her mother died of cancer when Rose was just four years old. At the age of 10, Rose and her father relocated to Nashville, TN to plant their roots.
Falcon began writing poetry and songs at the age of twelve and soon found the writing process and performing to be her passion. Her songwriting talents have stretched beyond her being the sole recorder of them. Her songs have been cut by Faith Hill, Garret Hedlund & Leighton Meester (for the Country Strong movie), Lady Antebellum, Jessie James and Day of Fire, to name a few. Her songs have also appeared in a variety of movies, commercials and TV shows, including Raising Helen, Inspector Gadget 2, The Master of Disguise, Confessions Of a Teenage Drama Queen, Build a Bear Workshop, Estee Lauder, JC Penny, Verizon Wireless and Dawson’s Creek.
In 2011, she signed to Nashville label, Show Dog – Universal Music, where she’s been in the studio recording tracks for her 2012 release.
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